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Momentum grows for Digital ISH

The first digital edition of ISH, the HVAC and Water trade fair, opens its virtual door on 22 March.

In addition to a host of relevant topics and an extensive programme of events, the focus will be on the innovative products being shown by the approximately 350 exhibitors in the sanitation and HVAC sector.

ISH is to be held as a digital event for the first time from 22 to 26 March and will present market-ready innovations revolving around water and energy on a new platform. The emphasis is on connectivity, knowledge transfer and high-grade content, as well as the latest solutions and innovative products.

At ISH digital 2021, all exhibitor activities will be concentrated and linked intelligently with the services offered by Messe Frankfurt. This platform gives all companies, as well as existing and potential customers, the chance to meet and make new contacts regardless of international borders. Visitors can make direct contact with exhibitors via chat facilities or with the aid of an appointments system for online meetings. Altogether, there are three channels focusing exclusively on the exhibitors with their information and product shows: Exhibitor Stream Energy Technology, Exhibitor Stream AC & Ventilation, Automation and Exhibitor Stream Water, Software.

Exhibitor Stream Energy Technology

Manufacturers of efficient heating technologies and renewable energy from all over the world will be represented in the Energy section of ISH digital 2021. They include Bosch Thermotechnik, BDR Thermea, Brötje, Daikin, Elco, Glen Dimplex, Kermi, Mitsubishi Electric, LG Electronis, Nibe, Panasonic, Robert Bosch, Remko, Roth Werke, Stiebel Eltron, Vaillant, Viessmann, Weishaupt, Wolf and Zehnder.

Brands in heating with wood and emissions technology are also represented. They include Anton Eder, Cox Geelen, Hargassner, M&G Group and Windhager. Additionally, the heat distribution segment includes leading players such as Armstrong, Danfoss, Giacomini, Grundfos, Oventrop,Reflex Winkelmann and Wilo.

Exhibitor Stream AC & Ventilation, Automation

Against the background of the ongoing pandemic, particular attention will be paid to the hugely important subject of ventilation and air conditioning technology. By constantly filtering and purging indoor air with a large volume of outdoor air, ventilation technology can help bring about a significant reduction in the risk of infection. Accordingly, this section focuses on modern ventilation systems such as Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and solutions for new construction work and modernisation. Additionally, attention will be paid to the subjects of energy efficiency and digitalisation.

Among the exhibitors will be Berliner Luft Technik, ebm-papst, Helios, Howatherm, Maico, Schako, Systemair, Trox, Wolf GmbH and Ziehl-Abegg.

The exhibitor presentations are supplemented by a wide range of special shows and forums. For detailed information about the ISH digital 2021 programme of events go to


15 March 2021


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